When disaster strikes, we’re ready and able to handle all debris removal and get your area back on its feet. We have the equipment and recycling centers to handle the removal, hauling, and offloading of your storm debris. We’ve worked all over the state of Florida and have traveled as far west as Oklahoma and as far north as New York City.
We’ve recycled millions of tons of vegetative debris and have worked around the country.
Experience to Get the Job Done
GTDR has more than 40 years of experience in tree removal and trimming on city right of ways, debris management, tub grinding, trucking and disaster recovery service during hurricanes, tornados, and ice storms.
When you work with us, we can provide your area with:
- 40-plus Years of Management Experience
- Pre-event contracts
- FEMA Coursework
- NIMS Compliance
- DMS Specialists
- Our fleet of company-owned equipment
- Disaster Recovery Services for all Natural and Man-Made Disasters
Our qualified management staff includes certified arborists schooled in urban forestry who provide recommendations on the labor and equipment requirements for vegetative and construction debris removal. We also have staff with experience working closely with FEMA and who have completed FEMA coursework in Disaster and Debris Management, Cost Documentation, and FEMA reimbursement.
Where We’ve Worked
We have the ability to handle a storm on our own and if needed, bring in qualified subcontractors to aid in the restoration of your community. GTDR prides itself on its 100% job completion and customer satisfaction rating. Here are some of the areas we’ve helped back on their feet:
- Arkansas Ice Storm – 2000
- Hurricane Isabel – 2003
- South Carolina and Virginia Ice Storm – 2004
- Hurricanes Jeanne and Frances – 2004
- Hurricane Katrina – 2005
- Hurricane Rita – 2005
- Hurricane Wilma – 2005
- New York Snow Storm – 2006
- Missouri Ice Storm – 2007
- Hurricane Gustav – 2008
- Hurricane Ike – 2008
- Arkansas Ice Storm – 2009
- Texas Snow Storm – 2010
- Alabama Tornadoes – 2011
- Hurricane Irene – 2011
- Hurricane Isaac – 2012
- Hurricane Sandy – 2012
- South Carolina Winter Storm Pax – 2014
- Hurricane Hermine – 2016
- Hurricane Matthew – 2016
- Hurricane Irma – 2017
- Hurricane Florence – 2018
- Hurricane Michael – 2018
Recycling Your Disaster Debris
As one of the largest tree debris recycling centers in the state of Florida, we have worked on large scale clean-ups after major storms. With six recycling centers, we have the scale and capacity to handle huge amounts of green waste. Rather than burn or bury debris, we take that waste and recycle it into usable products like mulch and chips.
Learn more about our philosophy and see some of our efforts after Hurricane Irma: